[GRLUG] Linux class
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Tue Nov 29 14:07:39 EST 2005
Mandrake or Mandriva I believe it is now, is one of the best IMHO, distros
out there for those who are new to linux but would like to explore it's
On 11/29/05, Justin Denick <justin.denick at gmail.com> wrote:
> No, it's not ClarkConnect. Clark Connect is actually quite fully fleged. I
> use it at home as my firewall. I especially likes it's easy to use web
> interface with auto-update, and backup options.
> I have the Floppy here, I'll check it out to see what it is.
> On 11/29/05, GRLUG general mailing list <grlug at grandrapids-lug.org >
> > GRLUG general mailing list wrote:
> > > Gentoo could be classified with Peanut Linux and Damn Small Linuxas it
> > > can be downloaded in only 50MB. However, this is more like a netowrk
> > > install than anything else, as you must download your kernel, portage
> > > tree, and
> > The sys rescue cd from http://www.sysresccd.org is a nice live gentoo
> > distribution (no gui). And it
> > works on ppc architecture to!
> > > I've also seen a distro that fit on a floppy and turned your
> > > box into a firewall without asking.
> > er... ClarkConnect?
> > I run Ubuntu, and it's a nice one, but if your users are visual you may
> > want to show them Kubuntu
> > since KDE does have more GUI candy.
> > I have downloaded (and not ran yet) aLinux. http://www.alinux.org, that
> > looks like it may be a good
> > one for new linux folks coming from windows though.
> > Zach
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> Got Gentoo?
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